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  • Engineering News Record

    Getting the most out of point-cloud jobsite scans is a perennial issue, and Bechtel is looking to a small startup for answers. The contractor has announced that it will be using point-cloud analysis software from Oakland, Calif.-based SKUR, which can rapidly compare scanned site data against a project’s entire BIM documentation.

  • Bechtel

    Bechtel Selects SKUR to Deliver the Construction Industry’s First Cloud-Based Analytics Platform Innovative solution will help facilitate Bechtel in delivering more on-time and on-budget projects. HOUSTON, Texas – April 4, 2017 – Bechtel, a global leader in engineering, procurement, and construction, announced today that the firm has entered into an agreement with SKUR, the construction industry’s pioneer in providing insights focused on actual on the ground conditions, to deploy the SKUR As-Built Data Platform for large-scale Oil, Gas & Chemical construction projects.

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  • V1 Media

    Adam Cohen talks about SKUR usage cases and value proposition for integrating technology into construction and facilities management markets.


    “Scanning more often and utilizing SKUR can provide contractors and asset owners with significantly more vision of how their project is progressing. This provides a invaluable resource around managing quality control and resource management, whether that’s for labor, supply chain and ultimately facilities management.” .

  • LiDAR Magazine

    Another sponsor presenting an intriguing solution was SKUR with their SKURBOT, a robot that utilizes the terrestrial scanning technology of the RIEGL VZ-line to collect data to model changes in large scale environments.

  • SPAR3D

    Take SKUR’s solution, which RIEGL supported as a development partner and helped to debut at the conference. It uses machine learning to analyze data and track change at construction sites–essentially it crunches huge amounts of LiDAR data and tells you only the actionable information you need to know.

  • SPAR3D

    SKUR CEO Adam Cohen describes their software solution as a tool for “visualizing variance.” At the most basic level, that means it takes a design model and a current point cloud of the same asset, and generates a visual representation of the differences between the two. It uses cloud computing and advanced algorithms to do it in a negligible amount of time.